The ITaaS explosion: A regional view of the global potential for service providers
The ITaaS explosion:
A regional view of the global potential
for service providers
An ever-expanding number of small, medium and large businesses (SMLB) around the
globe are now considering IT-as-a-service (ITaaS) to take advantage of benefits
delivered by software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization
(NFV). There’s never been a better time for your business to capitalize.
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Data provided by AMI Partners
From 2014 to 2019, the revenue of SMLBs worldwide
will rise from $1.27t to $1.66t
The total IT spend from SMLBs will soar between 2014 and 2019.
In that time the proportion of spend attributed to cloud will double.
The global market for cloud services
will grow from $153bn to $305bn
as a service
North America and the Asia Pacific region will
lead the way in increased cloud spending
SDN and NFV offer a wide range of benefits to
enterprise customers. Here’s a breakdown of which
benefits are most valued in different regions of the world
capacity scale up
or down as
There are three key benefits for service providers offering
enterprise customers the enhanced usability of SDN and NFV
willing to switch
Here’s the proportion of SMLBs in each region that would consider
switching to a service provider for the benefits of SDN/NFV
Asia Pacific / 68%
North America / 47%
Latin America / 47%
Central and Eastern Europe / 44%
Middle East and Africa / 34%
Western Europe / 31%
Increased adoption of ITaaS will also impact the virtual
private networks (VPN) market, with SD-WAN enjoying
a colossal growth in market share by 2019.
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your customers, you can ensure they enjoy the best
customer experience, using services on-demand.
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